Motorists Urged To Be On The Lookout For Little Ghosts and Goblins This Hallowe’en

Ahead of Hallowe’en, AA Ireland is urging motorists to be safety conscious this year and do their part to keep our roads safe on Thursday night – particularly when driving through estates and cul-de-sacs where a high number of children could be trick-or-treating. The AA is warning that the darker conditions following the changing of […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

PRO Joe Bracken CLUB FIXTURES The FBD Insurance County Hurling Championships take centre stage this weekend with the County Senior Hurling final for the Dan Breen Cup the headline fixture. Kiladangan and Borris-Ileigh are in the last stages of preparation as they get ready to square up on Sunday next November 3rd in Semple Stadium […]

School children invited to share their local actions for global change through exciting new Goal Changemakers Award #GOALChangemakers

International aid agency, GOAL, is inviting primary school pupils from around Ireland to share their local actions for global change through its exciting new Changemakers Award. The Award aims to show young people that a sustainable and fair future is achievable through the right actions. It will introduce children to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development […]

Dogs Trust Issues Top Tips for Keeping your Dog Safe this Halloween

Dogs Trust research reveals that 52% of dogs are frightened by fireworks   Halloween and the period leading up to it can be a frightening and confusing time for many dogs. Fireworks tend to be sudden, unpredictable and bright and sadly this combination of effects can often have a profoundly negative impact on some dogs. […]

Ireland exceeds its emissions budget by 5 million tonnes and moves further from climate commitments

Ireland exceeds its emissions budget by 5 million tonnes and moves further from climate commitments Ireland exceeded its annual emissions allocation for 2018 under the EU’s Effort Sharing Decision by over 5 million tonnes. This follows an exceedance of 3 million tonnes in 2017. Overall, Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions showed a marginal decrease of 0.2 […]

Ireland must scrap daylight savings time after Brexit – MEP Kelly

Seán Kelly MEP has urged the Irish Government to reconsider scrapping the bi-annual clock change. As Ireland’s only Member of the European Parliament’s Working Group on the bi-annual Clock Change, Mr. Kelly has been campaigning for the best part of a decade to scrap Daylight Savings Time. Speaking from Strasbourg today (Wednesday), he highlighted the […]

Tipperary Energy Agency Sponsor Moyne Templetuohy GAA

Tipperary Energy Agency are delighted to announce the sponsorship of a new set of away jerseys for the Moyne Templetuohy GAA Senior Hurling Team.   On Wednesday, October 23rd the jerseys were officially handed over to the team. Speaking about the new sponsorship, Willie Fogarty Chairman of Moyne Templetuohy G.A.A Club said, “I would like […]

MEPs block member states’ move to weaken bee protection from pesticides

MEPs want the impact of pesticides on bees to be properly tested Commission proposal watered down by member states Parliament wants new law to better protect bees MEPs sent the Commission back to the drawing board after member states watered down draft measures to protect bees. The European Commission’s draft proposal was intended to incorporate […]

Operation WildNation to drive Tipperary pupils absolutely wild

ONE of Ireland’s biggest garden centres is on a mission to drive primary school pupils across Tipperary absolutely wild. CountryLife Garden Centres want to educate the nation about wild bird conservation through its exciting and engaging new Operation WildNation initiative. Ultimately they’re helping to protect some of our under threat wild bird species – among […]

Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC tours nationally with Science Gallery from October 25th

It is essential but polluting. Saves lives yet chokes our oceans. PLASTIC: CAN’T LIVE WITH IT, CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IT opens at Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin on October 25th 2019 Plastic is cheap to create but expensive to dispose of. It can last forever but is often used only once. Plastic has changed […]

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